Companys using Erlang

by Alan Milligan last modified Jul 06, 2016 06:16 AM

Amazon.com

uses Erlang to implement SimpleDB, providing database services as a part of the Amazon Web Services offering.

Yahoo!

uses it in its social bookmarking service, Delicious, which has more than 5 million users and 150 million bookmarked URLs.

Facebook

uses Erlang to power the backend of its chat service, handling more than 100 million active users.

 

T-Mobile

uses Erlang in its SMS and authentication systems.

Motorola

is using Erlang in call processing products in the public-safety industry.

Ericsson

uses Erlang in its support nodes, used in GPRS and 3G mobile networks worldwide.

 

Linden Lab

uses Erlang in its games.

 

WhatsApp

uses Erlang to run messaging servers, achieving up to 2 million connected users per server.

 

Huffington Post

uses Erlang for its commenting system on HuffPost Live

 

Rakuten

uses Erlang for its distributed file system

 

Rackspace

uses Erlang in some of its internal applications to manage networking devices

 

Chef

uses Erlang as the Chef Server backend to it's orchestration suite

 

Process One

uses Erlang in it's open source, Business Edition, and enterprise/SAAS eJabberd telephony platform

 

Pivotal Labs

uses Erlang in it's RabbitMQ high performance enterprise messaging platform